2. NFL fantasy football wide receiver sleepers for Week 3: Greg Dortch, Arizona Cardinals
Surprisingly, Dortch has emerged as Kyler Murray’s go-to target over the first two weeks of the season. This season, he is leading the Cardinals in both receptions (11) and receiving yards (118), outpacing teammates Marquise Brown, A.J. Green, and Zach Ertz.
With double-digit fantasy points in back-to-back games, Dortch should now be on the radar in most fantasy football leagues.
Until DeAndre Hopkins returns from his six-game suspension, Dortch has appeal as a streaming option.
1. NFL fantasy football wide receiver sleepers for Week 3: Michael Gallup, Dallas Cowboys
Gallup was a full participant during Thursday’s practice. He looks to be on pace to make his season debut on Monday night against the Giants.
In 2019, Gallup posted 1,107 receiving yards in 14 games. Last season, he appeared in only nine games due to injuries. He had 35 receptions for 445 yards and two touchdowns.
Last week, the Cowboys passing attack was still moderately productive with Dak Prescott sidelined. The Cowboys’ receivers combined for 19 receptions, 235 receiving yards, and one touchdown. Noah Brown led the way with five receptions for 91 yards and a touchdown.
CeeDee Lamb should be locked in as the team’s top wide receiver, but Gallup could take on a large role. If Gallup plays, he has immense upside, but there is some risk regarding his immediate role coming off an ACL injury. How will the Cowboys handle his workload? Will he play limited snaps?